Sue Bugow

Sue Bugow

BandPopSinger/Songwriter

This music has a rockin' country sound with a little twang. Sue's songwriting is strong and the melodies are fresh. Her Harmonic volcals must be listened to. Sue is running a Music & Mountain Bike Festival this summer to help independent bands get Exposed! Try www.balaindiefest2006.com.html

Biography

Sue "Twanggirl" Bugow

Singer/Songwriter

Sue "Twanggirl" Bugow is 100% Canadian, born in Matheson, Ontario and now resides in Victoria Harbour, Ontario.
Sue's early musical influences were her fathers love for old country and fiddle music, while her mother kept her grounded with old time rock and roll.
Sue says, "It was 1986 when I first picked up the guitar. It was my sisters guitar and I only picked it up when she wasn't home."
When Sue started making her own music choices, out came influences of Ozzy, Def Leopard, AC/DC, Tom Petty, Stevie Knicks, Joan Jett, ... Her style has developed into a fasinating country twang with a rock attitude.
Famous Nashville Songwriter "Don King" who has written hits for Reba MacEntire, tells Sue her song "No Name For That" has the sound of Buddy Holly.
Sue says, "I love going on stage! I describe it like a rollercoaster ride. You're scared as hell during the ride but once you've come off you wanna go back on!"

Lyrics

No Name For That

Written By: Sue Bugow

No Name For That

I don't know what to do, I think I'm going insane
You left me with no money, I've got no pennies to my name

You took my best friend with you, I guess that's the price I had to pay
I got no name for that, Yet I know I'll have my day

Take me to the road I need
I don't really want to see
What life has in store for me
Take me to the road I need

What makes you entitled to know what is right for me
Don't you point no fingers don't give no third degree
Cause I'm on my own now and I mean the world to me
I got no name for that yet I know your conspiracies

Take me to the road I need
I don't really want to see
What life has in store for me
Take me to the road I need

Good lovin's hard to come by I'll count my blessings in my head
If you think you're one of them you're not you'd be better off dead

Cause my day came and it all happened just the way I said
I got no name for that yet I got visions in my head

Take me to the road I need
I don't really want to see
What life has in store for me
Take me to the road I need
2005 c (SOCAN/BMI)

Dusty Guitar

Written By: Sue Bugow

Dusty Guitar

My guitar's a little dusty
And my strings have turned to rust
I admit i"ve neglected her
But that's nothing compaired to us

Why do you believe me
Every word I say
Don't you know I can be telling the truth
even though all I say are cliches

My boots are in the corner
I hardly wear them now
I us\e to wear them dancing with you
They can be worn by somebody new
I ain't dancing with you

My pony's in the motor shop
It's five liters I've won
I'm bad it's your bestfriend to be the one
to be looking under my hood
and he's looking good

My Guitar's a little dusty
2005 c (SOCAN/BMI)

Discography

Sue "Twanggirl" Bugow has released her first Album "Caugh In The Act" (SOCAN/BMI) in February 2006.

Set List

1. No Name For That (SOCAN/BMI)
2. Dusty Guitar (SOCAN/BMI)
3. Between You & Me (SOCAN/BMI)
4. Yellow Highways (SOCAN/BMI)
5. Accused & Convicted (SOCAN/BMI)
6. The Bar (SOCAN/BMI)
7. Truck Boys (SOCAN/BMI)
8. I See You (SOCAN/BMI)
9. You Keep Lookin' (SOCAN/BMI)
10. He Doesn't Know (SOCAN/BMI)
11. Down The Road (SOCAN/BMI)
12. Inconspicuous (SOCAN/BMI)
13. Blue Skys (SOCAN/BMI)
14. Better Love Me (SOCAN/BMI)
15. Wishing You Were Here (SOCAN/BMI)
16. Harley (SOCAN/BMI)

I stay away from doing cover tunes for the pure fact that I enjoy original music. People mostly mention how strong my voice is but they also like they way I play the guitar. This set takes me almost one hour.